The Findhorn Foundation is honoured to have been chosen by the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards, the UK’s leading sustainability awards, as their charity of the year. Now in their seventh year, P.E.A. honours the individuals and teams behind the products, services and businesses that are changing the face of our planet.
This recognition acknowledges the Foundation as the UK’s pioneer in supporting people to reconnect with themselves and with the rest of nature, which P.E.A. Awards see as the crucial work of the next ten years for individuals and businesses.
The P.E.A. Awards were created by Jarvis Smith, also co-founder of My Green Pod, the UK’s largest ethical lifestyle magazine with the Guardian distributed to over 4 million ethical consumers and an online hub that celebrates green living, full of inspirational daily news, ethical HERO products and heartfelt videos.
Jarvis explained, “We’re honouring the Foundation as the UK’s pioneering entity and force in this work and believe that everyone would benefit from a visit”.
About the Findhorn Foundation
Founded in 1962 The Findhorn Foundation is a learning centre, community and ecovillage. A dynamic experiment working in co-creation with the intelligence of nature towards the vision of a better world for people and planet, we share our learning and way of life in experiential workshops, conferences and events that take place here.
The Foundation is located at two main sites in Findhorn and Forres in Moray, Scotland, The Park ecovillage and Cluny Hill, with a retreat house on the island of Iona and a small community on the island of Erraid.
The Findhorn Foundation is an NGO associated with the United Nations Department of Public Information, holds UN Habitat Best Practice designation, and is co-founder of the Global Ecovillage Network and Holistic Centres Network. The Foundation is at the heart of a community of more than 500 people living and working together to transform consciousness and bring new possibilities into the world.